My 90 yr old neighbor lady (also a friend) was admitted to a nursing home last March. She owned a mobile home on rented land. A lady that had been caring for her told everybody that the lady's son sold the home to her and she is renting it out to friends. The son hasn't been in contact with mom in 30 yrs. She is also getting this lady's mail from the lady's locked mailbox. I called the nursing home and spoke with both the social worker and the financial dept. Nobody has visited this lady since her arrival and their records show that she still owns the home and is going to be released down the road. They also said it would put her over the medicaid income limit if she were to sell it. I had to get the police involved just to find out where she was. the caretaker told us that she was "on the northside and she didn't want to see or hear from anyone except her". She told the police where she actually was. The lady does have a mean disposition and has isolated herself from everyone before so her saying she didn't want to see or hear from anyone is believable. I did call her at the home and she refused to take my or anybody elses calls. What, if anything, can I do to make sure this elderly neighbor isn't being scammed by her caretaker? The nursing home is under the impression that the home is empty and waiting for their patient to be released and go back to. The caretaker speaks little english so it is hard to understand her at times.